Masons makes promo video

first_imgTring-based Masons Minibus & Coach Hire has produced a professional new video to advertise its services.Made by Mann Bros, a local family-run production company, the sleekly-produced four-minute video uses drone footage and interviews with key people in the family-owned business, including James, Matt and Candice Mason, plus some of its customers.See the video at goo.gl/Z7MDoLlast_img

Report: Cleveland EMS Asked Patient to Walk to ER

first_imgA photo from Cleveland EMS Twitter. “See if he can make it down to University (Hospitals)”¦Get there on his own instead of getting us involved just because we’re notready for this yet,” according to the audio recording released to the station. “Seeif they can walk down to the emergency room.” The call was made last month and it turned out the person did not have virus, know known as COVID-19, according to FOX 8. CLEVELAND — Recordings show Cleveland EMS asked a sickpatient to walk to the emergency room after the patient thought he might havethe new coronavirus, according to a report. Related: Is the New Virus More “˜Deadly’ than Flu? Not Exactly A Cleveland Heights rescue squad picked up the patientbecause he was actually just over the border, according to the report. Cleveland EMS said it has since come up with new guidelines for calls that may involve patients infected with the new virus.last_img read more

DMV stops driver for 116 mph on Interstate 89

first_imgVermont Business Magazine DMV Inspector with the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles stopped a fifty-three-year-old Vermont driver for Grossly Negligent Operation on Interstate 89 in the Town of Williston.On Wednesday afternoon, June 24, 2020, at 4:12 p.m., Colonel Jake Elovirta, Director of DMV’s Enforcement & Safety Division, was traveling northbound on I-89 French Hill near the Richmond/Williston town line. While monitoring traffic, he observed a 2002 Cobra Jet 427 replica passenger car traveling well in excess of the posted 65 mph interstate speed limit in the passing lane. Colonel Elovirta using same lane moving radar recorded a speed of 116 mph in the 65 mph interstate speed zone. The motor vehicle was stopped on I-89 in Williston.The operator was identified as Anderson S. LeVeille of Barre, Vermont. LeVeille was cited to appear at Vermont Superior Court Criminal Division in Burlington on September 3, 2020, to answer to the misdemeanor charge of Grossly Negligent Operation. The penalty for a first offense shall be imprisoned not more than two years or fined not more than $5,000.00, or both. The offense also carries a 10 point assessment on a Vermont driver’s record upon conviction. Additionally, LeVeille received a civil traffic ticket for $751.00 and 2 points for the Interstate speeding offense.From January 1st through June 22nd of this year, Vermont has had 19 fatal crashes reported. In six of those fatal crashes the operator has been suspected of speeding. With the July 4th holiday weekend fast approaching drivers are reminded to plan enough time in their travel to arrive at their destinations safely.Source: MONTPELIER – DMV 6.25.2020,Yeslast_img read more

Zidane: Cristiano Ronaldo will start the Champions League final

first_img CEST 27/05/2016 Upd. at 23:31 Ronaldo had suffered another injury beforehand, to his hamstring, but Zidane said now he is fine. Sport EN Zinedine Zidane has confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo will start the Champions League final. The Real Madrid forward was injured on Tuesday in a collision with goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, but it will not keep him out of Saturday night’s clash. “It is not the same thing; he had a little issue but he is fine now,” the Frenchman explained.  “He is 100 percent and with it being a final, even if he had anything he would still play. I believe he is fine. It is a different issue to [before City]. Tomorrow he will be at 100 percent.”last_img